Municipality of Naval, Biliran Province
Calumpang, Biliran Island, Philippines
Calumpang. Named after a tree which was either a landmark or a boundary marker, or both, of this place. Kalumpang (Sterculia foetida) is a medium-sized deciduous tree with spreading branches that grows to 20 meters in height [http://manilaoldtimer.net/Trees of Alabang Hills/kalumpang.html]. This barangay is the location of the Provincial Capitol and provincial government offices of Biliran.
It has a population of 5,121 (2010 Census).
Fiesta: April 5-6 (Every 1st Wednesday of the month)
Patron Saint: Mother of Perpetual Help
Barangay Captain: ALJO, EDGAR TABUCANON
ISAGA, HARVEY PHILIP MADERAZO
ALANDRA, NESTOR BORRINAGA
SOLITE, ESTHER SAMSON
PITAO, FELICITAS SALARZA
REGIS, KERVIN HO
BACO, FRANCISCO BORRINAGA
OBISPO, FELIX GONZALES
SK Chairman: COMADIZO, RUELLA LEIN OBISPO
Trivia: Do you know that Brgy. Calumpang is the biggest barangay in the province of Biliran? It is also the most populous. It is the where the Biliran Provincial Capitol is located, as well as national offices including the DPWH.
And Calumpang also has the largest IRA share among all barangays in the province.